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Aortic Valve

Quick, easy and reliable way to plan and size for aortic valve replacement
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Key product features
  • PACS connectivity

  • Assisted Annulus definition

  • Dedicated approach route assessment

  • Interactive iPad report

  • .STL import

Key Results
Aortic Valve

  • Dimensions of the Aortic Annulus

  • Coronary ostia height

  • Optimal projection angle

  • Calcium assessment and quantification

Femoral and Subclavian approach

  • Diameter assessment with catheter-based threshold

  • Dedicated views for calcium assessment

  • Tortuosity assessment

Direct Aortic and Transapical approach

  • Determine intercostal space using virtual catheter

  • Approach angle with native valve

3mensio Aortic Valve allows you to quickly and reliably pre-plan aortic valve replacement procedures (TAVR/TAVI). The workflow consists of several modules for the assessment and sizing of the aortic root and approach route assessment. Assess for each patient if the transfemoral, transsubclavian, transapical or direct aortic approach is most suitable. The software has an intuitive workflow assistant which acts as a guide through the software making it intuitive and easy to use.

Key Publications:
  • Stortecky S, Heg D, Gloekler S, Wenaweser P, Windecker S, Buellesfeld L. Accuracy and reproducibility of aortic annulus sizing using a dedicated three-dimensional computed tomography reconstruction tool in patients evaluated for transcatheter aortic valve replacement. EuroIntervention 2014;10:339-346

  • Delgado V, Ng ACT, Schuijf JD, Van der Kley F, Shanks M, Tops LF, Van de Veire NRL, De Roos A, Kroft LJM, Schalij MJ and Bax JJ. Automated Assessment of the Aortic Root Dimensions With Multidetector Row Computed Tomography. Ann Thorac Surg 2011;91:723S

  • Samim M, Stella PR, Kluin J, Ramjankhan F, Budde R, Agostoni P, Sieswerda G, Van der Linden M, Van Herwerden L, Doevendans PA, Van Belle E.  3D Analysis of Pre-Procedural Multislice Computed Tomography to Predict Annulus Plane Angulation and C-arm Positioning: Benefit on Safety Procedural Outcome in Patients Referred for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI). Circulation. Nov. 2010;122 (Meeting Abstract Supplement) A20780

  • Watanabe Y, Morice M, Bouvier E, Automated 3-dimensional aortic annular assessment by multidetector computed tomography in transcatheter aortic valve implantation. JACC 2013

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